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Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>>> Heck, I know plenty of people that just say PG, or PGSQL, myself
>> +1 I like it.
>> From a design standpoint, 'Pg' is nicer. I know we're not there yet, but
>> just sayin'.
> Just to clarify, I don't believe JD is advocating *changing the name* to Pg,
> only using Pg as the common name vs Postgres ...
> Right JD? :)
That is correct. I am *not* advocating changing our name to Pg. I am
simply advocating the idea that we are PostgreSQL, also known as Pg.
(the the Volkswagen metaphor)
Joshua D. Drake
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